Can Anyone Stop Lazo from Dominating the Draft League this Season?


SUMMERLIN DRAFT:  Week Three Power Rankings

By L.C. Comine | Summerlin Media Associate


1. Las Vegas RatPack (2-0)

The RatPack looked impressive once again last week as they took care of the LV Bones 78-52.  Bobby Mears looks like he is going to make a serious run at the MVP this season as he scored 26 points to lead the way for the RatPack.  Nathaniel Burgess scored 19 and Bohao Li continued his hot shooting as he went 7-8 from the field and scored 16 points.  The RatPack look to be the most complete team in the league and with Halloween off this week they will sit atop of the power rankings for another week.

2. Las Vegas Sin (1-1)

The Sin bounced back nicely last week after a Week 1 loss and defeated the LV Dealers 78-75.  John Lazosky made his season debut for the Sin and did not disappoint.  Lazo scored 48 points on 78 percent shooting from the field.  He also grabbed 10 boards to lead the Sin.  Team captain Marcus Milner had a triple-double to compliment Lazo in this one.  This team is going to go as far as Lazo leads them this season.  Lazo is playing at a high level right now and its looking like no one is going to be able to stop him this season. 

3. Las Vegas Dealers (1-1)

After an impressive Week 1 win the Dealers fell to the Sin in week two 78-75.  The Dealers were down 12 at the half and battled back to have a shot in the second half but came up a bit short.  Brock Berglund had 32 points and 12 boards to lead the Dealers and Bryan Lebo had 22 points as well.  The Dealers had no answer for Lazo and his dominance was the difference in the game.  The Dealers should be in this till the end and I am sure they will be ready for the Sin when they see them again.

4. Las Vegas Bones (0-2)

The Bones have disappointed so far this season and from the looks of it they are going to have a tough time in the draft league this season.  Las week they lost to the RatPack 78-52 in a game that saw the Bones only shoot 33 percent from the field.  The Bones were without top draft pick Max Miller-Hooks and if they want to have any shot a moving up and making some noise they will need Max in attendance.  The talent is there on this squad but they will go as far as Max takes them.